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Kristen Stewart Helps Raise $500k For Hurricane Relief



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[caption id="attachment_57026" align="aligncenter" width="475"]Kristen Stewart And Robert Pattinson Reconcile: Reports Kristen Stewart Helps Raise $500k For Hurricane Relief[/caption]Kristen Stewart Used Her Star Power to Earn $500k Donation to Hurricane Sandy Relief Effort

Toronto, Ontario - Despite the public backlash for her extramarital affair with Rupert Sanders, who directed her in the film "Snow White and the Huntsman", Kristen Stewart remains every popular.

Now, details are emerging from an act of kindness the strikingly beautiful Stewart worked in order to secure a half-million dollar donation from a Saudi Prince with very deep pockets in his madasafish (robes).

Back on December 12, 2012, Stewart agreed to an exclusive meet & greet with a wealthy Saudi prince for fifteen minutes in exchange for the prince donating $500,000 to the relief effort for victims of Hurricane Sandy.

The encounter was arranged by Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein who presented the offer to Stewart. He recalls that her first question was to inquire just how much the prince would be willing to pay. Upon hearing the amount of money involved, Stewart decided to "take one for the team" so to speak. The prince, who remains unnamed, made the good faith effort of paying the donation up front prior to meeting with her. No details have been given on what the prince discussed with the actress.

Other stars helping out were Lady Gaga and Jon Bon Jovi, both of whom donated $1 million to the relief effort.

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